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Royals Minor League report: May 17


Omaha Storm Chasers (20-19)

Las Vegas 7, Omaha 3
LP: Will Smith (3-2)
HR: Adam Moore (4), Willy Taveras (1)

The Storm Chasers dropped to 1-1 against Las Vegas. Josh Satin gave the 51s a 3-1 lead with a three-run shot in the third. Omaha's Will Smith permitted four runs on six hits and two walks over six innings. Smith entered the game having allowed just two earned runs over his previous four Triple-A starts (24.0 IP). Adam Moore and Willy Taveras recorded solo homers for the Storm Chasers.

NW Arkansas Naturals (13-26)

Tulsa 5, NW Arkansas 2
LP: Noel Arguelles (1-7)
HR: None

Northwest Arkansas lost game one at Tulsa, the club's sixth straight defeat overall. The Drillers built a 5-0 lead, including four runs (three earned) in five innings against Noel Arguelles. Angel Franco posted two hits while Matt Fields and Yem Prades each scored a run.

Wilmington Blue Rocks (18-23)

Myrtle Beach 12, Wilmington 0
LP: John Lamb (2-4)
HR: None

The Blue Rocks were blanked in their return to Frawley Stadium. Myrtle Beach jumped on the board with four in the first, including a three-run homer by Royce Bolinger. Starter John Lamb settled down, keeping the Pelicans scoreless over the next five innings. He allowed six runs on seven hits and no walks while fanning eight over six-plus innings. Alex Hudak was 2-for-3, boosting his average to .303 (10-for-33).

Lexington Legends (20-20)

West Virginia 3, Lexington 1
LP: Ali Williams (2-2)
HR: None

Lexington is back at .500 after an opening loss in West Virginia. The Legends scored first as Terrance Gore walked, stole second, moved to third on a sac bunt and scored on a grounder. 2012 third-rounder Colin Rodgers (4.2 IP, 5 H, 1 ER) limited West Virginia to a solo homer in the first. He has a 2.25 ERA on the year (9 ER in 36.0 IP).

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